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July 20 2019

 

EBOLA could be spread to anywhere in the world on a plane, WHO declared Ebola  a global emergency.

 

Ebola was declared a global emergency after the first fatal case was reported in a city of one million inhabitants.

Citizens of Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, are living in fear after the deadly disease arrived on their doorstep.

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Government officials have urged world leaders to send aid as they combat the crisis.

Olivia Ajira Kwinja, World Vision’s Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs Manager in the DRC, told Daily Star Online the disease needed to be tackled at a local level to stop it.But she also gave a terrifying warning about how far the disease could spread.She told us: “We are looking to stop this disease because we know what it can produce.”But there is always the chance of someone getting on a plane.”Mortality rates for people contracting Ebola are 50%, making it one of the deadliest diseases in the world.

The current outbreak has spread countries in Africa, but if an infected person were to get on a plane, it could even spread continents.Harvard health scholar Dr Ashish Jha previously told us the chance of Ebola moving continents increases as the disease gets worse in the DRC.He said: “While there’s an outbreak happening there’s always the chance the somebody could get on a plane and transmit the disease.”As the disease gets worse in the DRC, the greater the chance is of that happening.
“It’s the same for the US, and that goes for China and India too.Surveillance teams are working 24 hours a day at Goma airport, to prevent anyone from infected areas getting on a plane.”We’ve been very lucky so far.”

 

 

Ebola Outbreak Map . Com applied for sponsorship to help track ebola virus with Delta, United Airlines, Wells Fargo, Target and several more companies so far no company is willing to help Ebola Outbreak Map . Com track Ebola virus as ebola is killing thousands of people.

Airports and now flights are at risk of spreading Ebola virus according to this news report.

Will Delta, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Frontier Airlines, American Airlines do the right thing and help Ebola Outbreak Map track Ebola virus?

Do big airline companies care that people are dying from Ebola virus?

Well airline will start to care once a suspected Ebola virus case appears on their flights and passengers go into a panic.

Why not prepare ahead of time?  Why not have medical masks available on all flights?  Why not have Lysol aerosol cans available ? Why not have hazmat suits available on all flights?

 

Why not ban flights from the ebola outbreak area?

There are a lot of different things airlines could do to prepare to help stop  Ebola.

We emailed several CEO’s of airlines to ask them if we could partner with them and run ads about ebola virus on their flights we did not get any response back from any of the airlines or CEO’s.

We submitted a sponsorship request with Delta Airlines, United Airlines but both companies declined our request for financial help to track Ebola virus.

Here is a list of companies you can email and ask them what they are doing to help prepare against Ebola Virus

We already emailed them and got no response back.

When you send your email be sure to put all the emails address  together separated by a comma

support@q4inc.com, investorrelations@delta.com, edward.bastian@delta.com, daniel.carp@delta.com, ASHTON.CARTER@delta.com, DAVID.DEWALT@delta.com, JEANNE.JACKSON@delta.com, GEORGE.MATTSON@delta.com, DOUGLAS.RALPH@delta.com, SERGIO.RIAL@delta.com, KATHY.WALLER@delta.com, Victoria.ForbesRoberts@delta.com, Heidi.Gould@delta.com, ed.bastian@delta.com, laura.mandile@united.com, Heather.holmes@united.com, greg.hart@united.com, oscar.munoz@united.com, john.leighton@easyjet.com, Karen.Cox@easyjet.com, Robert.Carey@easyjet.com, Johan.Lundgren@easyjet.com


Delta CEO is Edward Bastian

investorrelations@delta.com,

edward.bastian@delta.com,

daniel.carp@delta.com,

ASHTON.CARTER@delta.com, DAVID.DEWALT@delta.com, JEANNE.JACKSON@delta.com, GEORGE.MATTSON@delta.com, DOUGLAS.RALPH@delta.com, SERGIO.RIAL@delta.com,

KATHY.WALLER@delta.com, Victoria.ForbesRoberts@delta.com, Heidi.Gould@delta.com,

ed.bastian@delta.com,


United Airlines CEO’s

laura.mandile@united.com,

Heather.holmes@united.com,

greg.hart@united.com,

oscar.munoz@united.com,


Easy Jet Airline CEO

john.leighton@easyjet.com,

Karen.Cox@easyjet.com,

Robert.Carey@easyjet.com, Johan.Lundgren@easyjet.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/792951/ebola-outbreak-plane-plague-spread-flights-WHO-global-emergency


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